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For a time I had a hard time keeping pants on and I read in another thread that public indecency can get you on a sex offender list. Don't know if it's everywhere.
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Locally inBeth Modica, a former Rockland County prosecutor who had sex with two underage boys, was released from state prison after spending 21 months behind bars. Susan G.
These Seattle-area students are taking a gap year instead What's there to do this Labor Day weekend? But Gartner stresses this is no laughing matter, noting that victims of female sex offenders can suffer severe emotional scars, including depression, anxiety, addiction to drugs and alcohol, and sexual dysfunction.
Her punishment? Are all sex offenders treated the same? The police use of less-lethal force As protests against police brutality continue around the country, so, too, have people been injured and maimed by what police call "less-lethal" weapons. Does the public take the cases as seriously when the offender or alleged offender is a woman?
Originally posted by Pontiphex: Well, there are some stories about people being busted for public urination getting put on sex offender lists.
For the victims, the effects can be devastating, including anger, depression, relationship issues and addiction. Correspondent Lee Cowan looks into the lethality of such police weapons, and talks with a protester and journalist whose lives have been changed upon being struck by projectiles intended to be non-lethal.
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